My mind clutter comes from my surroundings. My housekeeping philosophy has always been that clutter is fine, it's the dirt I cannot tolerate. So, as long as my house is actually clean, I can have stacks of stuff all over the place. Magazines, coupons, paperwork, doo-dads. You name it, I am surrounded by it; I like to think it is organized, but it is what it is. Clutter. So I came home last week, and started de-cluttering. You'd think that a 1000 mile move in July would have necessitated a de-cluttering already, and it did. But clutter has a way of springing up. Fast.
I should be finished by the end of today in my office area. If nothing else, I feel really accomplished. But I can already tell that the energy in my little abode is already lighter. My goals are coming together, and I am so looking forward to the future. Did I tell you that I love Alice?
Do you have any clutter? Come on, be honest. Just try to clean out an area and tell me that you don't actually feel lighter and energized. Just try it.